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Summer/Fall 2018 program Guide

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Community Information...................................................... 2 Message from the Parks Director......................................... 3 Pass Information................................................................. 4 Celebrate Parks & Recreation Month.................................... 5 Astoria Recreation Center/Summer Camp............................6 Astoria Recreation Center/After School Care........................7 Astoria Recreation Center/Adult Fitness..............................8 Astoria Recreation Center/Youth Sports..............................9 Astoria Recreation Center/Adult Sports & Family Fitness.....10 Port of Play..........................................................................11 Astoria Aquatic Center.........................................................12,13 Special Events......................................................................14 Astoria Parks Foundations...................................................15

For non-emergencies regarding park security, vandalism, suspicious persons, or suspicious activities in your parks, call the Department at 503-325-7275; Monday through Friday during business hours. If you need immediate law enforcement assistance or to report illegal activity, please call the Astoria Police Department at 503-325-4411. For a copy of our rules and regulations, go to http://www.

Parks and Recreation Board Meetings The City of Astoria and the Astoria Parks & Recreation Department, would like to thank members of the Parks Advisory Board for their countless hours and support in promoting, advancing, and protecting our community’s diverse Parks & Recreation system. The Parks Advisory Board meets most months on the 4th Wednesday, at 6:45 am. We are now meeting at City Hall in the Council Chambers. The Parks Advisory Board can be reached through email at

Astoria Parks, Recreation & Community Foundation

Astoria Park Advisory Board Members Norma Hernandez (Chair) Eric Halverson Howard Rub Michele Tompkins Aaron Crocket Jim Holen Andrew Fick Jessica Schleif

Photo & Video Disclaimer

Contact Information Astoria Aquatic Center 1997 Marine Drive 503-325-7027 Astoria Recreation Center 1555 W. Marine Drive 503-325-7275 Port of Play/Lil’ Sprouts Academy 785 Alameda Ave 503-325-8669

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APRD proudly supports the Astoria Parks, Recreation and Community Foundation (APRCF). The APRCF Board is made up of a variety of volunteers and community members. Their mission is to enhance the recreational health and enrichment of the community by creating partnerships, charitable opportunities, and funding for community, parks, open spaces, and recreational activities. Visit to get involved.

The Astoria Parks and Recreation Department reserves the right to photograph or video facilities, activities, events, and program participants for potential future use. The Department also reserves the right to utilize any social media photographs that have been tagged of its parks and facilities. All photos and videos remain the property of the Department and may be used for publicity and promotional purposes. If you do not want your picture or video taken, please tell the photographer/videographer. If the picture/ video has already been taken, please call (503) 325-7275 and the photo/video will be removed from our files.

Register Online Register online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week! For the most upto-date information on programming, visit our online registration page or our Facebook page. Click the “Registration” page on the left side of our homepage ( to sign up.

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message from the Parks director

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Pass information

how to register for programs and classes: Online Registration:

visit to register online and check program/class availability. Pay with Visa, MasterCard, or American Express.

Walk-in Registration:

We’re happy to register you in person at any of our facilities. Cash, Check or Credit Cards are accepted. Checks should be made out to Astoria Parks and Recreation.

Call-in Registration:

Give any of our facilities a call during operating hours and one of our staff will be happy to assist you.

Astoria Recreation Center: (503) 325-7275 Lil Sprouts/Port of Play: (503) 325-8669 Astoria Aquatic Center: (503) 325-7027





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Drop In Rates Aquatic Center Pool/Fitness ARC Fitness Classes ARC Fitness Room Port of Play

Monthly Passes Aquatic Center Pass Recreation Center Pass Land & Water Pass

Family Pass includes up to 5 family members. Youth age -18 & under, Senior age - 62 years old or older *$10 Off with ACH monthly Renewal Summer/Fall 2018

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celebrate national parks & recreation month PARKS AND RECREATION



Did you know that Parks in Oregon contributed almost $2 billion in economic activity to the state? Join us this july as we celebrate all the ways Astoria Parks benefits our community! • Tag your photos at our parks & facilities using #DiscoverJuly & #DiscoverAstoriaparks • Post TBT photos of your favorite memories at one of our parks onto our Facebook page • Stop in to any of our facilities and pick up a fun prize (available July only)! • Check out our webpage to find out when our FUN summer events will take place


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Astoria recreation center/summer camp

Register EARLY for Summer Camp! Join the fun @ the ARC! We have many fun activities planned including: crafts, sports, group games, and more! Don’t forget to bring a water bottle and lunch. We will provide everyone with an afternoon snack. Pre-registered rate is only available as space permits and must be done 24 hours in advance. Register online at www.astoriaparks. com. Monday-Friday, 7:30am-5:30pm, Ages 5-12 years, $175/week or $40/day (pre-Registered)/$50 Drop-in

World Week

Water week

June 18-22

July 23-27

Learn about different countries and cultural activities from around the world. Every day we’ll explore a different country!

Everyone loves water games! Be sure to bring a towel. Join us for a fun filled week of water play.

Artful antics

July 30- Aug 3

Farm life

June 25-29

Learn all about different farm animals and how to grow your own food. We’ll even take a trip to the County Fair.

Get crafty with your approach to art. We will learn different techniques exploring paints and still life drawing, as well as utilizing recycled materials.

Regatta Week August 6-10

a Bugs’ life July 2-6

Celebrate Astoria and its rich history. We’ll learn about boats, fish, timber, and water!

Join us for a week of bugs, as we get outside to learn all about insects, and raise our very own butterflies!

Science Explorers August 13-17

Great outdoors July 9-13 Nature is the best medicine, and this week there will be no shortage of it! We will hang outside and play games and activities based around the great outdoors.

July 16-20 This camp is designed to help youth understand what it means to be sustainable through fun, interactive activities based around the five major areas of sustainability: land, air, food, energy, and water. Have fun learning something new!

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Ocean Fun Aug 20-24 Learn about life in and around the sea! Kids will have a “whale of a time.”

Sustainable You


Join us as we conduct science experiments and launch H2O rockets!

Summer Olympics Aug 27-31 Do you have what it takes to be an ARC Olympian? Compete in our Olympic inspired events to earn medals throughout the week!

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astoria recreation center/after school care

Kids Zone

This is a unique after school program that serves Astoria’s Kindergarten through 5th grade students! After school each day we will help your children with homework and offer exciting crafts, games, and team-building activities. We have special programs and themes that will help engage your children and will ensure that your kids have a blast. Grades K–5. Weekdays after school through 5:30pm, September–June $175/month, $12/day cash (Pre-Registered) or $15 drop-in

School’s Out Play

Send your kids to our “School’s Out Play” on in-service and conference days. They will enjoy varied themes, arts and crafts, games, and much more. Dates will be based on the Astoria School District Calendar. Grades K-5.

Astoria School Year, 7:30am–5:30pm $40/day (Pre-Registered), $50/day drop-in

Teen Zone!

Hey Teens! Are you looking for a place to hang out after school? Come to the Astoria Recreation Center’s Teen Zone, open after school until 5:30pm. It’s FREE! There is plenty of space to relax and do homework - or if you’re looking for something else to do, we have foosball, air hockey, video games, computers and more. Grades 6-12. Weekdays after school through 5:30pm, September-june FREE

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astoria recreation center/adult fitness Barre:

NEW! Sculpt & Stretch:

Sculpt and Stretch is the perfect class for anyone looking to achieve a lean and toned physique. Props like hand weights, resistance bands, body rings, blocks and weighted balls give you the benefit of a full-body workout, while improving flexibility and joint mobility.


TRX suspension training takes a simplified approach to resistance training that includes bodyweight exercises which develops strength, balance, flexibility, and joint stability simultaneously using functional movements and dynamic positions. Learning these basic movements helps you to move better, feel better, and live better.


Zumba takes the “work” out of workout, by mixing low-intensity and high-intensity moves for an interval-style, calorie-burning dance fitness party. Once the Latin and world rhythms take over, you’ll see how effective and fun of an exercise this is. This is designed for everybody and very body. See why Zumba has taken the world by storm!

Cycling 360:

A great cycling class for beginners or those who like a little variety in their work out. New participants get used to the bike and the experienced cyclist gets a shorter cycling experience to do more abdominal strengthening. This class combines 35 minutes of cycling and then move into our fitness studio for 15 minutes of core on the floor, finishing with 5 minutes of deep stretching.

Child Care Available!

This summer only - Workout & bring the kids! M/W/F classes between 8am-4:30pm. Cost is $3/hour per child


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Barre classes use a combination of moves that incorporate ballet, yoga and Pilates. Barre exercises focus on isometric strength training combined with high reps of small range-of-motion movements. Barre helps increase flexibility by lengthening muscles. You don’t need to be a dancer (or have any dance skill) to gain benefits from barre classes.


A class designed to concentrate on physical health and mental well-being. This class combines posture, breathing techniques, and stretching exercises to unwind, and release tension, providing a good counterpoint to both busy lifestyles and cardio workouts with the goal of bringing about a sound, healthy body and a clear, peaceful mind.

Boot Camp:

This class is designed for people who want a strong and healthy sweat, but no choreographed movements. Back-to-basic movement patterns, cardio interval drills and muscle endurance weight training produce an effective, calorie-burning workout. All levels of fitness are welcome, and the instructor will offer progressions and regressions as needed.


Walk taller, feel stronger! This class is designed to build core muscle groups while improving posture through performing a variety of exercises that strengthen the abdomen and back muscles and increase flexibility. The instructor may include a variety of equipment in this great work out. All levels of fitness are welcome, and the instructor will offer progressions and regressions as needed.

Pound! :

Channel your inner performer and rock your body with this modernday fusion of movement and music. Drum along a slammin’ soundtrack using Ripstix--weighted drumsticks designed to transform drumming into a kick-butt, fat burning, fullbody interval workout that will leave you dripping sweat.


This is a group exercise on stationary bikes. During the class, the instructor simulates a ride. Together, you travel on flat roads, climb hills, sprint, and race! It’s a truly fantastic cardiovascular class. All levels of fitness are welcome, and the instructor will offer progressions and regressions as needed.

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astoria recreation center/youth sports Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (Ages 7 & up)

This introductory class focuses on allowing youth to gain selfconfidence and learn the art of non-violence and civility. This incredibly rewarding martial art teaches the student to rely on skill and body mechanics instead of physical strength when dealing with an opponent. Register by 1st day of class. DAY M M M

DATE 6/04-7/23 8/13-10/08, No classes 9/3 10/29-12/17

TIME 6:00pm-7:00pm 6:00pm-7:00pm 6:00pm-7:00pm


FEE $55 $55 $55

Boys’ Baseball tBall & Coach Pitch* (Ages 4-8)

In this program, players will be introduced to the fundamentals of baseball in a fun and engaging environment. Each child will learn the basic skills of hitting, throwing, catching, and fielding the ball in preparation for competitive baseball. Register by 4/20. DAY TBD *TBD

DATE TIME 5/07-7/07 6:00pm-8:00pm 5/07-7/13 6:00pm-8:00pm


FEE $60/$80 $60/$80

GIRLs’ SOFTBALL tBall & Coach Pitch* (Ages 4-8)

TIP: Pre-register for the early bird price! Second prices listed include a $20 late fee charge. flag football (GRades 1 & 2)

This program introduces fundamentals and skills of football while providing a safe environment to grow in the sport. The basics of throwing, catching, and defense will be emphasized. Register by 8/10. DAY DATE TIME TBD 9/08-10/20 EVENINGS & WEEKENDS


boys’ & girls’* basketball (grades 1 & 2)

This program is designed to prepare children for organized basketball by teaching the beginning fundamentals of the game in a fun and engaging environment. Teaching stations are utilized for skills-based training and team-based competition will only take place as scrimmages during normally scheduled practices. Boys register by 10/12. Girls register by 12/21. DAY DATE TIME T/Th 11/13-12/18 6:00pm-7:00pm *T/Th 1/15-2/14 6:00pm-7:00pm


FEE $50/$70 $50/$70

In this program, players will be introduced to the fundamentals of softball in a fun and engaging environment. Each child will learn the basic skills of hitting, throwing, catching, and fielding boys’ & girls’* basketball (grades 3 & 4) the ball in preparation for competitive softball. Register by 4/20. The basketball program for 3rd and 4th grade builds on the fundamentals of the sport while providing a healthy DAY DATE TIME LOCATION FEE environment to compete in. Participants will continue to build TBD 5/07-7/07 6:00pm-8:00pm AREA FIELDS $60/$80 upon a strong foundation, while learning the importance of *TBD 5/13-7/13 6:00pm-8:00pm AREA FIELDS $60/$80 teamwork and sportsmanship. Register by 12/21.

Girls’ SOFtball league (Ages 8-14)

The Youth Softball League builds on the fundamentals of the sport while developing a deeper understanding of the game. Participants will continue to practice the basics as well as learn advanced skills and team concepts. Register by 4/20. DAY TBD

DATE 5/07-7/13

TIME 6:00pm-8:00pm


FEE $60/$80

Youth Sports Sponsorships allow us to provide quality programming while keeping costs low for families in the community. Sponsor a Youth Sports team! Sponsorship cost: $200.00 per team, per season.

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DAY DATE TBD 1/07-3/09 *TBD 1/07-3/09



boys’ & girls’* basketball (grades 5 & 6)

The basketball program for 5th & 6th grade builds on the fundamentals of the sport while developing a deeper understanding of the game. Participants will continue to practice the fundamentals as well as learn advanced skills and team concepts. Register by 10/12. DAY DATE TBD 10/15-12/15 *TBD 10/15-12/15




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astoria recreation center/Adult sports & Family Fitness



ADULT MEN’s & WOMEN’S SOFTBALL (ages 16 & up)

Organize a team and oil up that glove because adult, slow pitch softball is here! Recreational games are scheduled and officiated by the Parks and Recreation Department, all skill levels welcome. Regsiter by 5/18. DAY DATE TIME TBD 5/29-7/07 6:00pm-9:00pm


FEE $400/$420

Adult co-ed softball (Ages 16 & up)

Organize a team and oil up that glove because adult, slow pitch softball is here! Recreational games are scheduled and officiated by the Parks and Recreation Department, all skill levels welcome. Register by 7/06. DAY TBD

DATE TIME 7/17-8/24 6:00pm-9:00pm


FEE $400/$420

adult women’s volleyball league (ages 16 & up) Organize a team and come join your community volleyball players for a great season! Recreational games are scheduled and officiated by the Parks and Recreation Department, all skill levels welcome. Register by 8/21. DAY M

DATE 9/04-10/29

TIME 6:00pm-9:00pm



Organize a team and come get your dribble on in the Men’s Basketball League! Recreational games are scheduled and officiated by the Parks and Recreation Department, all skill levels welcome. Register by 8/21. DAY T/Th/F

DATE 9/04-10/11

TIME 6:00pm-9:00pm


Bump, set and spike it! Volleyball season is not long enough. Join us once-a-week for open gym! Bring a team or come on your own. Everyone is welcome! DATE 10/03-4/24

TIME 7:00pm-9:30pm


TIP: Pre-register for the early bird price!


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This is a terrific zero-impact full body workout. Practice your balance and strengthen your core while enjoying the beautiful Youngs Bay. This class will take up to 5 participants at a time out on Youngs Bay. Wear clothes for the weather, and know that class will happen in the rain, but might cancel due to very low tides or wind. Call to check one hour before. Boards, paddles and personal flotation devices included.

Fall Back Into Fitness!

If you want to get active again, or for the first time, but are not sure where to start, sign up for this 7 week group class. You will try a variety of different group fitness classes, including indoor cycling, Barre, Pound and TRX. Find the activity that YOU love, and get healthy as we shift into winter.

Trail Running/Walking

Explore your local trails, and maybe find some new favorites. Leader will have a plan and a first aid kit. You bring comfortable shoes, some water and a sense of adventure. All hikes are within 10 miles of Astoria, and .5 - 4 miles in length.

Family ZUMBA

This class features kid and family-friendly routines based on original Zumba® choreography. We break down the steps, add games, activities and cultural exploration elements into the class structure. Help develop a healthy lifestyle and incorporate fitness as a natural part of your family’s life by making fitness fun!

volleyball open gym (Ages 16 & UP)


Stand Up Paddleboarding

Family yoga

Explore, stretch, breathe and have fun with your entire family! This class is structured to be age-appropriate with an emphasis on poses and activities for both adults and kids to do together. Yoga helps everyone in your family, including children, to learn techniques for concentrating, reducing stress, and connecting to their bodies in a loving way while having fun.

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port of play

Join us at Port of Play for a fun, indoor play experience! Our center features an indoor play center with mats, tricycles, small slides, and scooters that provide opportunities for youngsters to run and be active. The play center is combined with hands-on exhibits for children to explore creatively. Open play requires an adult present at all times.

HOURS OF OPERATION Monday-Saturday, 10:00am-4:00pm Sunday, 12:00pm-4:00pm $3.75 per child

Other Port of Play Closure Days:

• August 30th and 31st (Cleaning/ Maintenance) • Sept. 3rd (Labor Day) • November 22nd and 23rd • December 24th, 25th and 26th • January 1st

Parents, drop your child off for a night of fun, while you enjoy a night out. The kids will enjoy crafts, movies, popcorn, and games. See website for summer dates starting in June. Summer Hours we will be open Every OTHER weekend Starting Saturday, September 8th Parents’ Night Out will be hosted every Saturday, 6:00pm-9:30pm except for the dates below. Register online at or call 503-325-8669 Closed: • November 24 • December 22 and 29 • April 20 Ages: potty-trained 2.5-10 Pre-Registration: $12 per child (must register Wednesday prior) Drop-In Registration: $15 per child, $13 per additional child

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astoria aquatic center Pool and Fitness Center Hours of Operation

Monday-Friday: 5am-7pm Saturday: 9am-4pm Sunday: 11am-4pm



Lap Swim

Open Play

Monday-Friday: 5am-7pm Saturday: 9am-4pm Sunday: 11am-4pm

Family Swim Monday-Friday: 9am-1pm

(Children under 8 must be accompanied in the pool with an adult)

Monday-Friday: 1pm-7pm, Saturday: 9am-4pm, Slide from 1-4pm Sunday: 11am-4pm, Slide from 1-4pm


Mon/Wed/Fri: Slide from 1pm-7pm Tue/Thu: Slide from 1pm-4:30pm *Slide closed Tue/Thu, 4:30pm-7pm for swim lessons



LIFEGUARD COURSES May 7-10 May 25- May 28 September TBA

CLATSOP COMMUNITY COLLEGE WATER FITNESS Monday-Friday: 7am-7:50am Mon/Wed/Fri: 11am-Noon

• Aqua Stretch & Strengthen Mon/Wed/Fri: 8:15am-9:15am • Arthritis Class Mon/Wed/Fri:9:00am-10:00am

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FALL SWIM LESSON SESSIONS: (no classes Nov. 20 & 22)

Private & Semi Private lessons available.

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Evening Sessions:













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• Beat the Summer Heat Swim Meet - August 4 & 5, all pools closed • Annual Maintenance Closure - September 4-16 • Fall Chinook Open Swim Meet - November 17 & 18, 2018 all pools closed Check our Facebook page for last minute closures and updates.

UNITED STATES COAST GUARD Tue/Thu: 8am-11am Wednesday: 10am-11am


Saturday: 9am-12pm, 3 lanes Monday-Friday: 3:30pm-5:15pm, 4 lanes Monday-Friday: 5:15am-6:30pm, 2 lanes


6 months–3 years: Accompanied by an adult in the water. Experience a fun, interactive, water adjustment program designed to introduce basic water skills as the instructor guides parent and child. Parents develop confidence using proper holding positions and techniques, allowing children to develop fundamentals that can lead to a lifetime of safe practices and water enjoyment. Swim diapers are required for children who are not pottytrained.


Preschool: 3-5 years For the non-swimmer: It’s fun to make bubbles and get my eyes and ears wet! My teacher will help me float and glide in the water. I wonder if a lifejacket will help me float? I’m learning to love the water!


Preschool: 3-5 years, Youth: 6-12 years Pre-requisites: I am comfortable in the water. I can put my whole face in the water and blow bubbles for 5 seconds! I can float and glide with assistance on my front and back. I can do it!


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Preschool: 3-5 years, Youth: 6-12 years Pre-requisites: I can do a front crawl without taking a breath: Preschool: 10 feet; Youth: 15 feet. I can back glide: Preschool: 5 feet; Youth: 10 feet. I can do side breathing on the wall. Preschool: 5 breaths; Youth: 10 breaths. I like to bob! Preschool: 5 bobs; Youth: 10 bobs.


Pre-requisites: Front crawl with breathing for 20 feet; Back crawl for 15 feet; Jump into lap pool at 6–8 feet unassisted.


Pre-requisites: Front crawl with breathing, using proper technique: ½ length of the pool. Back crawl using proper technique: ½ length of the pool. Underwater swim for 15 feet. Whip kick on back with equipment: ½ length of the pool. Deep-water bobs: 5 deep water bobs.


Pre-requisites: Front crawl with breathing, using proper technique: length of the pool. Back crawl: length of the pool. Elementary backstroke with proper technique: length of the pool. Deepwater bobs: 15 bobs. #astoriaparks

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special events

Parks are all about FUN! 5th Annual Run on the River sponsored by buoy beer co. - Sunday, May 20th Half Marathon • 10k • 5k, Starts next to Buoy Beer Company, learn more at

4th Annual Instant Gratification Run - Sunday, October 14th @ Baked Alaska Annex

Zero training. Zero Running. All the fun. Costumes highly encouraged. $25 donation to fund Fun Runs and Valentine’s Day Ball. TIME TBD.

Gobbler Gallop 5k - Thursday, November 20th @ Maritime Memorial park

Prizes for first place finishers. FREE with 5 cans of food to donate to Clatsop Community Action. Race starts at 9:00 AM.

New Year’s Fun Run 5k - Tuesday, January 1st @ Maritime memorial park

Prizes for first place finishers. $10 or FREE for Land & Water pass holders. Race starts at 11:00AM. Summer/Fall 2018

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Astoria Parks Foundations

Parks After Dark

he t @ g n i t en Now Pres mn! u l o C a i r o Ast

Brought to you by the Astoria Parks Recreation & Community Foundation

June 16th - Beetlejuice, Rated PG Sponsored by Astoria Co-op Grocery Friends of Astoria Column, Inc. is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization dedicated to preservation, stewardship and public education related to the Astoria Column.

July 21st- Raiders of the Lost Ark, Rated PG Sponsored by the ADHDA August 18th - Grease, Rated PG 13 Sponsored by the Liberty Theatre

Please consider making a donation to help us continue to fund ongoing restoration work. Your gift may be tax deductible. Please consult your tax advisor. To make a donation, go to:

Movies start at dusk at McClure Park (8th & Grand Ave). Pizza from Baked Alaska and Fort George Beer for sale. All proceeds fund scholarships for Astoria Parks & Recreation programs


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class at the Recreation Center. Slide down the big red slide at the Aquatic Center. Go for a hike on Cathedral Tree Trail. Find inspiration at Youngs River Falls. Jump for joy at Port of Play. The six mile Astoria Riverwalk Trail will lead you to fun, adventure, and great eats for the entire family. For more information, visit



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Astoria Parks & Recreation Summer/Fall 2018 Program Guide  

Discover what Astoria Parks has planned for the rest of 2018! From exciting events, youth sports, adult sports, and child care.

Astoria Parks & Recreation Summer/Fall 2018 Program Guide  

Discover what Astoria Parks has planned for the rest of 2018! From exciting events, youth sports, adult sports, and child care.